'No other leaders': In Gaziantep, the earthquake does little to shake faith in Erdogan

Gaziantep in southern Turkey was among the cities struck by February's devastating earthquake. Although hit less severely than neighbouring towns, the ruins of its recently restored castle bear testament to the damage caused. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been criticised for his response to the tragedy, but as the country heads to the polls on May 14, has the earthquake affected his popularity in a city that has typically been a bastion of support?